The Grape Is Sadly Closing


It is with bittersweet and very mixed emotions that Brian and Courtney Luscher announce they are closing The Grape Restaurant on Thursday, October 10, 2019.

The Luschers have operated the Lower Greenville institution since 2007 when they bought it from the original owners after working for them for a number of years. Originally opened in 1972 by Kathy McDaniel and Charlotte Parker, The Grape has garnered numerous awards and accolades while hosting marriage proposals too numerous to count. The restaurant has always been known as a chef’s place with an ever changing menu.

“As I look towards future endeavors, I am so fortunate to look back on the the fantastic journey that The Grape has taken me on over the past 15 or so years, says Chef Brian. “It was always a kitchen that felt like home to me. And as far as the restaurant goes, well, they just don’t make joints like that anymore. I’ll miss the ol’ gal.”

“We came to the crossroads of our lease renewal and after all of these years, we decided as a family that we are heading out on a different path and yet another amazing Luscher family adventure,” chef adds.

Please come join them to hoist one more toast and a hurrah with the whole crew. Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant 214.828.1981 or through


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2 responses to “The Grape Is Sadly Closing

  1. boketto doug

    But thank you, and best wishes.

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